A London Taxi

17 Jul 19
Our Adventure!

Karen: Hi everyone! Although we are now back from our trip, we still have so many memories to share if you are interested in them! Plus, I have a hard time just leaving the blog with two weeks of travel unaccounted for, given that we were in three amazing cities during that two weeks. So […]

17 Jul 19
Literary Potpourri

Wednesday, the 17th of July–Shelf Control time! Shelf Control is a weekly feature hosted by Lisa at Bookshelf Fantasies, and is all about the books waiting to be read on your TBR piles/mountains (Mine is currently at 261 including all the e-books I’ve downloaded). To participate, simply pick a book from your TBR pile and […]

17 Jul 19
Gordon Payne - Communication & Journalism

Located in Upper Manhattan of New York City there is a piece of land that covers an area of one-and-a-half square miles, generously speaking. This acreage has an annual budget of as much as $65 million going towards maintenance and conservation. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and Bruce Willis drove a taxi through […]

17 Jul 19
London to Sydney 1971

I returned to Pakistan in November 1973. 18 months after my disastrous first experience in Afghanistan. The taxi ride through the Kyber Pass is a blur but I recall meeting up with some friends at the bus station in Peshawar. One of these friends was Shapuan Haji Ali, we had met in Rome and traveled […]

17 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

Sumup: card payment in the restaurant. (Photo: Sumup) 17.07.2019, 01:28 clock Note: We used commission links in this article and marked them with "*". If an order is placed via these links, t3n.de receives a commission. Fintech Sumup, founded by two Germans, received a cash injection of 330 million euros. Investors include Bain Capital and […]

17 Jul 19
Jyotsna's travel journal

Dieser Sommer haben mein Bruder und Schwägerin mich auf der Reise mitgenommen. Wir sind nach Paris, Venedig, Florenz und Rome gefahren. In einer Woche haben wir  meisten wichtige Platz besucht. Die Erfahrungen und die berühmte Platz, wir besichtigt haben, wollte ich in mein Blog schreiben. (Euro Trip 2019 habe ich auf Deutsch geschrieben, weil ich […]

17 Jul 19
The inspiring blog 6937

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16 Jul 19
Liveable Bow Unofficial

Feelings continue to run high in Bow, after Tower Hamlets council pulled its trial road scheme aimed at cutting motorised traffic and the resulting pollution. The vocal group of residents who drive through Bow, and don’t understand the benefit of the changes, have been busily signing a petition to try to ensure they never come […]

16 Jul 19
9to5Google
Last year, Google Maps began listing the status of bike sharing services in New York City. This useful real-time feature is now getting a global launch with availability in 24 cities across 16 countries. Searching for bike share stations in Google Maps will now list how many cycles are available at each location. This helps solve the problem of arriving to pick up a bike, only to find that none are available. It also addresses whether there’s an empty space for drop-off. Map places identified as “bike sharing stations” will feature a simple X/Y count of how many bikes remain and the total number of spaces. In the map view, each card in the bottom carousel includes that indicator. The list view also directly notes the running total for an even quicker glance. Updating in real time, Google partnered with Ito World on a new global bike share data feed for Maps. It’s available in the following cities today: Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, Chicago, Dublin, Hamburg, Helsinki, Kaohsiung, London, Los Angeles, Lyon, Madrid, Mexico City, Montreal, New Taipei City, New York City, Rio de Janeiro, San Francisco Bay Area, São Paulo, Toronto, Vienna, Warsaw, Zurich The status of bike share stations joins other real-time information for buses and trains. This new feature is rolling out now to Google Maps for Android and iOS, with more cities around the world coming soon. More about Google Maps: Google Maps’ new ‘crowdedness predictions’ know how busy your bus, train will be [Update: Now official] Google Maps appears to be testing taxi wrong-route alerts in India Store profiles in Google Maps adding logos, more business photos, and promos
16 Jul 19
madcrazylifesite

Beam me up Scotty! My love hate relationship with the modern world becomes more apparent to me the older I get. Let me explain! My partner and I recently visited the O2 arena in London to attend a concert, having got stuck in traffic on the way the what should have been an hour and […]

16 Jul 19
Winstonsdad's Blog

                                      Atlantic Hotel by Joao Gilberto Noll Brazilian fiction Original title – Hotel Atlântico Translator – Adam Morris Source – personal copy Well, it is back to Brazil and a second helping of Joao Gilberto Noll. I […]

16 Jul 19
Educational Travel Blog

We spent our second day in London walking around town trying to explore the city the best we could. We took the Victoria line train which was unusually hot and then took a transfer train to Westminster Abbey. The Abbey had about a two hour wait, so we decided to walk around town. Big Ben […]

16 Jul 19
The inspiring blog 6937

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